A few decades ago, people living in Idaho were often seen walking past a firefly and wondering what was going on.
That question has been answered thanks to the state’s Department of Natural Resources, which now has a video program that shows how to get the firefly out of the area.
The Idaho Fireflies, which are often mistaken for fireflies, are a species of firefly native to the Rocky Mountains.
They are often confused with fireflies from other parts of the country, such as the Southern firefly.
The Idaho Wildlife Division has a website that shows the different types of fireflies in the state.
In the video below, the department shows how they’re different.